Continuing the conversation is our attempt to keep up the discussion begun during our Saturday night worship gathering. “You are my Son, whom I love; with you I am well pleased.” These are the words, spoken by God the Father to Jesus as he emerges from the waters of baptism. Jesus baptism has always been…Details
For the 1st week of Lent:
Old Testament Genesis 9:8-17
Gospel Mark 1:9-13
Epistle I Peter 3:18-22
May God bless you as you read and pray this Lenten season.
Continuing the conversation is our attempt to keep up the discussion begun during our Saturday night worship gathering. We concluded our discussion on the Lord’s Prayer this week. (We/I squeezed this one “sermon” into three full weeks and we could keep going.) Here are some of the key points to remember related to the issue…Details
A Journey through Lent with the Wheatland Mission lent: (lěnt) n. the 40 weekdays from Ash Wednesday until Easter observed by Christians as a season of fasting and penitence in preparation for Easter. What is Pilgrimage? It is the Wheatland Mission’s experience of Lent 2008. It includes a time to fast, a time to reflect…Details
Old Testament Deuteronomy 18:15-20
Gospel Mark 1:21-28
Epistle I Corinthians 8:1-13
As we prepare for the season of Lent (Pilgrimage) use these passages as guides to your continued learning.
Continuing the conversation helps us keep talking about the content of our weekend worship time. Saturday we looked at vv. 11 & 12 in the Lord’s Prayer. There are two parts of the prayer that we focused on this week. Receiving our “daily bread” from God and receiving and giving forgiveness on a daily (or…Details
Old Testament Jeremiah 3:21-4:2
Gospel Mark 1:14-20
Epistle I Corinthians 7:17-23
May God bless you as you read, today and everyday. Amen.
Continuing the conversation helps us continue the discussion from our last worship gathering. We have recently returned to our study of the Sermon on the Mount. This past Saturday we looked closely at the first half of the Lord’s Prayer. You might want to take a moment to review it, or recite quietly right where…Details